Casa De Azalea Y Alfredo

Address: Frank Pais 504, Trinidad, Cuba | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Frank Pais 504, Trinidad.
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Travel Blogs from Trinidad

Walking Sunday.

A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 16, 2014

... the radio mast. We all enjoyed a cold beer and water there, bought from the lone caretaker of the radio mast.
After a sweaty walk back down the hill we decided on soup and piņa colada for lunch, and we chatted to an English couple who seemed to have been around Cuba fairly fast and were disenchanted with the state of the roads etc. We thought this all a bit strange as they were much as we expected.
We enjoyed a tour of a local ...

Exploring Colonial Trinidad

A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 15, 2014

... the nearby bell tower, Mac went up to the actual bell, Anthea's legs gave up at the lower roof terrace. The sunset from there was amazing with views over the town and across the countryside to the sea. Down below was the rest of the museum about bandidoes. We had an evening beer on a rooftop terrace nearby, listening to a band. Further down the road we had a small fish meal and returned to our accommodation to ...

Onto Trinidad. By bus.

A travel blog entry by antheamac on Nov 14, 2014

... carefully. We enjoyed an evening stroll around the lamp lit streets before returning to our accommodation and the spent sometime out in the courtyard.
The town was founded around the sugar cane industry and is now kept as a world heritage site. The difference between the accommodation of the sugar cane owners and the workers is obvious. The place is amazing and quaintly beautiful.









We ventured off to explore the ...

Wow...what an amazing place

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown on Mar 08, 2014

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... as in every town/village people dancing salsa. Nick did buy another cd and we again vowed no more...haha..... Our casa has an amazing tiled floor and has paintings,drawings on the walls. Dinner here was huge at a cost of $8 each. The ceilings high and huge high brick arches inside with a central courtyard out the back. Early night tonight as daylight saving starts tomorrow and we plan to go to playa ancon then back for the music in ...

Trinidad and the Valley of the Sugar Mills

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 09, 2013

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... via internet cafes. It was very difficult for us to wrap our brains around the fact that the socio-economic pyramid is basically upside down in Cuba.

For example, professionals--doctors, lawyers, engineers, performing artists--tend to be at the top of the pyramid in the US and in most parts of the world. But in Cuba, it is the service-oriented professions that make more money, particularly in the tourist industry because of the tips. On many ...